USD Men's Tennis 2000-2001

INSIDE... Table of Contents .......... .. ..... ............. .. .... .... . Inside Front Cover 200 I Outlook .. ................................. ..... ..... ..................... Page I University of San Diego ......... ....... .......... .... ... .. ...... ........ Page 2 Head Coach Tom Hagedorn ........................................... Page 3 Assistant Coach Ron Jenkins ........ ........................... .. ..... Page 3 Team Roster/ Photo ...... ....... ............... ..... ........................ Page 4 Meet The Toreros ....... ..... .. ................................. ........ Pages 5-9 Mattias Tangefjord/ Ricardo Rizo ......................... .. ........ Page 5 Ross Bourne/Stephen Taylor .......................................... Page 6 Juan Cerda/Jason Pongsrikul ............... ... ......................... Page 7 Ted Burghardt/Andrew Kazarian .................................... Page 8 BenRegin/Coach Hagedorn Alumni ... .. ... .. ........ ... .. .. ...... Page 9 2000 Results & Statistics ................... ........................... Page I0 Torero Tennis Tradition ...................... ........ ................ .. Page 11 San Diego 'America's Finest City' .... ... ..... ..... .............. Page 12 USD Sponsor/Summer Camps .................... Inside Back Cover 200 I Schedule ........................................ ................ Back Cover USD MEN'S TENNIS Head Coach: Tom Hagedorn (5th Season) Assistant: Ron Jenkins (4th season) USO Men's Tennis Office 5998 Alcala Park. San Diego, CA 92110-2492 Phone: (6 I9) 260-8889 Fax: (6 I9) 260-2990 USO Athletic Website: USD ATHLETICS: (619) 260-4803 Director of Ath letics: Tom Iannacone Associate Athletic Director: Dan Yourg Associate Director, Athletic Development: Brian Fogarty Assoc iate Athletic Director/SWA: Wendy Guthrie Assistant A.D./Promotions & Marketing: Renee Wiebe SID/Men's Tennis Contact: Ted Gosen Assistant SID: Melissa Turley Facilities Directors : John Martin (Dir.); Joel Morgan (Asst.) Director, Jenny Craig Pavilion : Carl Reed JCP Events Manager: Chandra Kohler Athletic Ticket Manager: Andie Clover Director of Transportation : John Cunningham Director of Intramu ra ls/Recreation: Gary Becker Director of Compliance: Mike Matoso Director of Academic Support: Shaney Fink Director of Summer Camps: Mary Johnson Athletic Dept. Administrative Assistants: Georgia Gordon, Pauline Thonnard, Joan Wolf, Amber Myrick Head Athletic Trainer: Carolyn Greer, M.A., A.T., C. Asst Ath let ic Trainers: Suzi Higgins, Paul Signorelli Asst. Strength/Conditioning Coach: Marc Meeker Women's Volleyball: Jen Petrie Men 's & Women's Cross Country: Rich Cota Football: Kevin McGarry Men 's Soccer: Seamus McFadden Men 's Basketball: Brad Holland Women's Basketball : Kathy Marpe Women 's Swimming & Diving: Mike Keeler Baseball: Rich Hi II Golf: Frank Cates Women's Soccer: John Cossaboon Women 's Tennis: Sherri Stephens Men' s Crew: Brooks Dagman Women 's Crew: Leeanne Crain Softball: Lin Adams USO Team Physicians: William P. Curran, M.D.; Heinz Hoenecke, M.D.; Robert Kaplan , M.D .; Robert Button, MD.

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2001 TOREROS EXPERIENCED -– LINEUP WILL BE BALANCED TOP TO BOTTOM The 2001 version of the Univers ity of San Diego men's tenni s pro– gram, under the directi on of fifth-year coach Tom Hagedorn , will be Hagedorn's most tal ented squad since he arrived fo r the 1997 season. The squad w ill be a solid mix of experienced players and quality newcomers that will give the Toreros good balance. All nine players, six returners and three newcomers, all earned good wins th is past fa ll season and can make an argument to be in the lineup. Four of this year's Toreros earned wins over top- 100 ranked players last semester, and two are ranked in the preseason ITA national rankings - senior Mattias Tangefj ord at 87th, and freshman Jason Pongsrikul at 78th. The Toreros enter the spring season with a team ranking of 54th, and are ranked 9th in the tough region VIII . Leading the li st of returners is senior Mattias Tangefjord (Gothenburg, Sweden). Tangefjord, who played extremely well at this past

fall's SoCal Intercollegiates with back– to-bac k wins over players from UCLA, had a preseason ranking of

54th before the fall season. Returners expected to play and compete for play– ing time in the singles lineup with Tangefjord include junior Ricardo Rizo (Guadalajara, Mexico), senior Ross Bourne (Tulsa, Oklahoma) , junior Ted Burghardt (Denver, Colorado), junior Stephen Taylor (Dublin, Ireland), and junior Andrew Kazarian (Fresno, CA). Two newcomers that have already made an impact on the USD tennis success, as well as the collegiate scene, are junior Juan Cerda (Santiago, Chile), a two-time JC All-America selection from College of the Desert, and freshman Jason Pongsrikul from Point Loma High School in San Diego. Both players knocked off nationally ranked players during the fall season -– Cerda defeated USC's Nick Rainey in the quarterfinals at the SoCal lntercollegiates; and Pongsrikul won seven straight matches, and finished 9-2 at the !TA All-American Championships in At lanta, Georgia. Along the way he beat four players that were ranked top-60 in the nation. Rounding out the

Toreros' roster is Ben Regin , a fresh– man from Henderson, Nevada who has plenty of potential , and just needs experience.

The spring 200 I season should be a very good one. With an expe– rienced team to go with a handful of quality newcomers, coach Hagedorn feels his squad will compete with anybody. The chemistry is good and talent-wise there is no question this is his best squad in five years. The Toreros will play a strong twenty-two dual match schedule. Through March the Toreros will play thirteen of sixteen matches at home with road contests being at USC, versus Arizona at UCI, and at Arizona State. USO will close out their regular-season slate in April with road matches at UCSB, San Diego State and UC Irvine. Th is year's West Coast Conference Champ ionships will take pl ace Apri l 27-29 at Pepperdine Uni– vers ity. The Toreros strongly fee l that thi s year' s c lub wi ll enter the major– ity of their matches as the fa vorite. Coming off its 14-8 season, USD feels thi s is their Statement Year! With good team chemistry, talent and experi ence, the Toreros wi ll be gunning to play in May when the NCAA Regionals begin on May 12th .


SETTING The Uni versity o f San Di ego is an independent Cathol ic institution of higher educati on. Founded in 1949, US O is located on 180 acres over– look ing Miss ion Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The cam– pus is named Alcala Park and is located j ust IO minutes from downtown San Diego and the world famous San Diego Zoo. Hi storic O ld Town is j ust mi nutes away as we ll. The city o f San Diego along with thi s campus traces their orig ins to fifteenth century Spain. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum , the village was later renamed Al Ka la (the Castle) by the Moslems. Chri s– tians recaptured the vill age centuries later and fou nded a university, the Universi ty of Alcala, whose bui ldings became the inspi rati on for US D's sty le. Both institutions are located on a hill overlooking a river vall ey.


The USO campus is regarded as one of the most architectura lly unique institutions in the country, featuring 18 major build ings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. The physical beauty of the campus reaches beyond the "eye of the beholder." Reverend Mother Rosalie Hill, one of the institutions founders, believed in the enhancement of learning through beauty and hannony. Hence for the University, beauty is a transcendental quality imparted to students as part of their educat ion to truth and goodness: a simpl e but profound educational philosophy. Since 1984, USO has completed nine major construction and expansion projects. A landscaped fountain plaza was finis hed in the fa ll of 1995, connecting the entrances of the lmmaculata and Hughes Administration Center. In 1992, the uni versi ty completed the 45,000 square foot Loma Hall , which includes an expanded bookstore, a larger mail center, classrooms and labratories. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M. and George M. Pardee Jr. Lega l Research Center opened, a faci lity that offers the latest in infonnation technology. ACADEMICS

USO enro lls more than 6,900 students (4,795 undergraduate) who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The un iversity's academic units include the Co llege of Arts and Sciences, and the Schools of Busi – ness Adm ini stration, Education, Law and Nursi ng. Class size generally averages between 18-25 students with the student to teacher ratio being 18: I. Over 97 per– cent of US D's full-time faculty hold doctorates. In the annual ratings of the country's colleges and universities, pub li shed by the U.S. News & World Report, USO moved from the regional to nationa l category in 1994. The university is ranked among the top I00 schools in the nation. STUDENT LIFE Student activities include cultural events, dances, boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, comedy nights, symposia and much more. Students participate in a wide range of vo lunteer projects such as adult literacy tutori ng, senior citizen out–

reach , and ho use building in Tijuana. The intramural program is also an integral part of student life on campus with over two– thirds of the USO community par– taking in intramural sports. ATHLETICS

JENNY CRAIG PAVILION • With a donation of $7 million by Sid and Jenny Craig, USD received the lead gift nec– essary to build its much needed $17 million Sports/Activities Center. The pavilion, which will be located at the eastern end of campus between Torero Stadium and Cunningham Baseball Stadium, will include a 5,100-seat gymnasium, coaches offices, a 3,800-square-foot fitness center, athletic training facilities, showers and locker rooms, concession stands, and VIP recep– tion room. The :Vlonsignor I.B. Eagen Plaza off the Pavilion entry, will take advantage of the view across campus to the ocean. The Chet & :V1arguerite Pagni Family Athletic Hall of Fame is also housed in the facility. The pavilion, which opened this past Octo– ber, also serves a range of educational and cultural events.

The University of San Diego is a member of the West Coast Con ference for nearly a ll sports and competes in sixteen interco llegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. The footba ll team completed its seventh season in the Pioneer Football League. Women's sports include: basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball , swimming, tenni s and voll eybal l. Men's sports inc lude: baseball , basketball, crew, cross country, go lf, foo t– bal l, soccer and tenn is. Since 1990 USO teams have won 11 confe rence champi onships; made 26 post-season appearances; had 25 Confe rence Coaches o f the Year; 20 Conference Players of the Year, 11 Confe rence Freshman of the Year, 4 WCC Scholar Ath letes o f the Year and 29 NCAA All-Americans. Zuzana Lesenarova, a 4-time NCAA Al l-America tennis player for USO, won the 1999 national singles title. Patrick Hawkins, a fo ur-year member of the US O go lf squad between 1997-2000, won medali st honors at the 1998 WCC Champi onships. With its new 5, I00-seat Jenny Crai g Pav ili on comp leted, the Uni – versity of San Di ego will be the host site for the 200 I West Coast Conference Basketball Championships, March 1-5. The men's championship game will air live on ESPN on March 5th.


COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH TOM HAGEDORN ---Fifth Season---- Tom Hagedorn enters hi s fifth season as head coach of the University of San Di ego men 's tenni s program. Las t year he directed the Toreros to its fourth straight winning season, finishing a personal-best 14-8. He takes a

four-year record of 49-3 9 into the 200 I season, along with a pre– season ranking of 54th. Hagedorn came to USO

via the University ofArizona where he was assistant coach un– der Bill Wright since 1988. During his tenure the UA Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice (1995, 1996), with the 1996 team finishing 18-10 and ranked No. 23 in the nation by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Prior to joining the Arizona coaching staff, Hagedorn played four years on the Wildcat tennis team (1984-87). As a player, he was ranked in the top-10 in the Southwest ( 1982, 1983). He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing. Besides hi s coaching duties , Hagedorn has been a member of the U.S. Professional Tennis Association for the past ten years; has coached collegiate All-Americans and ATP Tour– ing Professionals - the most notable being Jim Grabb who was No . 1 in the world in doubles in 1993 and No. 29 in singles; and was director of the Bill Wright Tennis Camp in Vail , Colo– rado from 1989-1996. ASSISTANT COACH RON JENKINS ---- 4th Season ----- Ron Jenkins begins hi s fourth season on coach Tom Hagedorn 's staff. Prior to USO he ass isted legendary tennis coach Glen Bassett -- one year at Pepperdine and four years at UCLA. While an assistant at UCLA, the men's tenni s team won the National Indoors and reached the semi-final s of the NCAA Team Championships. Overall , Jenkins has fifteen years of tenni s experience in both teaching and coaching. A 1976 graduate of Menlo College (B.S. in Business Administra– tion) , Jenkins is celebrating his 13th anniversary as CEO and President of Texas Area Management & Investments, hi s own Commercial Real Estate Business.



2001 Toreros (Kneeling l-r) Ted Burghardt Robert Boewer Ri cardo Ri zo Ross Bourne Andrew Kazarian (Standing l-r) Asst. Ron Jenk ins Stephen Taylor Matti as Tangefjord Juan Cerda Ben Reg in Jason Pongsrikul Coach Tom Hagedorn





Hometown/Hi~h School

170 175 220 150 160 155 160 190 180

Ross Bourne Ted Burghardt Juan Cerda

Sr. Jr.

5-9 5-.11

Tulsa, OK/Bishop Kelley HS Denver, CO/Denver East HS

6~5 5_19 6-0 6-0 5-7 6-B 6-0

Jr. Jr.

Santiago, Chile/Athletic Study Center Fresno, CA/San Joaquin Memorial HS

Andrew Kazarian Jason Pongsrikul Ben Regin Ricardo Rizo Mattias Tangefjord Stephen Taylor

Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

San Diego, CA/Point Loma HS Henderson, NV/Green Valley HS Guadalajara, Mexico/Colegio Iberoamericano Gothenburg, Sweden/Elof-Lindalv Gym. Portmarnock, Ireland/Malahide Community School

Head Coach: Assistant Coach:

Tom Hagedorn Ron Jenkins

(5th season) (4th season)


ENROLLMENT: 6,943 NICKNAME: Toreros COLORS: Columbia Blue, Navy, White STADIUM: USD West Tennis Courts


5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA ~ 92110-2492 Phone: 619/260-4803 PRESIDENT: Dr. Alice B. Hayes




TANGEFJORD -3 Sr. - Gothenburg , Sweden Mattias enters his fourt h and final season at the Un i– versity of San Diego and with the USO tenni s pro– gram ... pre-season rank ing of54th and 23rd in tough west region .. . during fa ll had back-to-back wins over two UCLA players at SoCal lntercollegiates .. projected No. I singles player and will pl ay No. 2 doubles mostly w ith Stephen Taylor ... last sea–

son finished 27-1 5 overall ( 12-7 in sing les; 15-8 in doubl es) .. . was team MVP and All-WCC and WCC All-Academic ... sophomore season fin– ished 8-12 in sing les during the Spring season, and I0-5 in doubles (5 -1 w/Rodriguez ; 5-4 w/Taylor) ... was 4-0 at No. 2 doubles with Rodriguez ... fres hman season fini shed 8-10 in singles but was a strong 7-3 at the No. 3 spot ... teamed with Sean Cooper at No. 2 doubles where they finished with a record of9-IO .. . despite his 6'3" height, has great bal – ance and agility ... has world class volleys and has gotten better and better each season since arriving at USO ... prepped at E lof-Lindalv Gymnasium in Gothenburg, Sweden .. . ranked in the top-ten in Sweden fo r U 18 's .. . chose USO for its strong academics and tenni s program ... parents are Kjell -Ake and Ann-Christin Tangefjord, and has one sister (Jessica) ... besides tenn is, enjoys playing go lf. Major: Business Ad– mini stration. Coach Hagedorn on Mattias : "We will count on him to lead us this yea1'. He is one ofonly two seniors. Has a preseason ranking of54 in the nation. Has a total all-court game with a big time serve with exceptional control ' 11 Nickname - Swedish Cat.

RICARDO RIZO 5'7" Jr. - Guadalajara, Mexico Ricardo begins his third season with the Toreros; he joined the Torero squad and USO for the 1999 Spring campaign ... will play in the midd le of the singles line– up and team wi th newcomer Juan Cerda at No. I doub les ... last season as a sophomore, Ricardo fin– ished 23 -1 8 overall (8 -9 in si ng les and 15-9 in doubles) ... as a freshman during the Spring cam–

paign, Ricardo fin ished 8-1 3 in singles, and 14-7 overa ll in doubl es (9-4 with Maldonado) ... in th e WCC champio nship match with Pepperdine, Ricardo earned USD's lone point, defeating Eni Gh idirmic, 7-5, 6-2 ... prior to USO he ga ined a wealth of international junior tennis experience ... played in the U.S. Open, French Open and Wimb ledon ... was a member of the Mexican team for four years where he played in tournaments like the Sun– shine Cup and World Youth Cup ... a lso rec rui ted by LSU and Kansas ... chose USO fo r private education, great weather and exce ll ent student en– vironment ... parents are Esther Maria Carrill o and Ricardo Rizo. Major: Business Admini strati on. Coach Hagedorn on Ricardo: "Has made major strides in the last _1'ea1'. Can cover the court as well as anvbody - outstanding foot speed and world class groundstrokes 1 Has well-rounded game." Nickname: Ricky.



ROSS BOURNE 5'9" Sr. - Tulsa OK

Ross enters hi s fourth and final season with the USO men 's tenni s team where he will play in the sing les line-up (#5-6) ... he joins Mattias Tangefjord as the on ly two seniors on this year's squad ... thi s past November at the Regional Rol ex, Ross defeated seeded Travis Rettenmeier of UCLA in the third round (he downed three Pac-10 players) ... last

season as a junior he finished 7-5 overall (7-4 in sing les; 6-1 at #6) ... as a sophomore Ross finished I0-9 overa ll in sing les, including a 5-1 mark at No. 4 ... fre shman season fini shed with a singles record of7-5 and played a key role in Torero matches at No . 6 singles where he compiled a 5-3 mark ... teamed with J.P. LaBarrie for a 9-9 doubles record at No. 3 ... also recruited by Arizona, Cal Poly & Oklahoma ... he comes to USO from Tulsa, Oklahoma where he prepped at Bishop Kelley High School ... during his prep days Ross was a three-time Oklahoma State Cham– pion; was Newcomer of the Year and Player of the Year .. . his 1995 team was ranked 2nd in the state ... also played high school basketball .. . chose USO for academics and great weather ... parents are Chris & Ash ley Bourne of Tulsa, Ok lahoma ... hi s dad pl ayed baseball at Wil– li am & Mary. Major: Business Administration.

Coach Hagedorn on Ross: "One of only tivo seniors on the team this yew'. Had a great fa ll with wins over Charroin - ASU, Rettenmeir - UCLA, and Arapovic - Arizona. Has heavy grounds/rakes and is af eisty competito1'. Creal foot sp eed 1 Has worked hard and become well rounded p layel'." Nickname: Roscoe.

STEPHEN TAYLOR 6'0" Jr. - Dublin, Ireland

Stephen is in hi s third year with the USO Toreros ... he hails from Portmarnoc k, Dublin, Ireland where he at– tended Mal ahide Community School ... wil l compete for playing time in the lower half of the singles lineup

___...______. between No. 4-6, and will see doubl es acti on w ith teammate Mattias Tangefjord .. . thi s past fa ll had a so lid win over UCSB's Marcia Pepe, and performed well with Rizo in doubles - they reached the fin al at the ASU Tournament; defeated ASU 's Klinger-Van Mele in sem is ... last season Stephen was a key to the team's success go ing 16-8 in singles, mostly at No. 5 ... he fini shed 30- 15 overall ( 14-7 in doubles) ... as a fresh– man finished 7-7 in singles (3-2 at No. 5), and I0-6 overal l in doub les (5 -4 with Tangefjord) ... also recruited by Cal and Rice University ... chose USO for strong academics and tennis program ... parents are Fergus and Rhona Taylor of Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland. Major: Business Eco– nomics.

Coach Hagedorn on Stephen: "A f eisty competitor and battle1'. Can adapt and play any style necessary to win a match. An emotional and inspirational part of the team. Had the best singles record on the team ,-=.;...,.,,::::.,_~llll;i,..,.~....,, last year at 16-8. " Nickname: Psycho



JUAN CERDA 6'5" Jr. - Chile, Santia

Juan enters hi s first season with the USO men 's tenni s team where he will play in in top hal f of the sing les line-up, and No. 1-2 doubles with Ri zo ... will make an immediate impact on the Toreros' success this sea- son ... a transfer from th e Co ll ege of the Desert Jun-


ior Co llege, this past fall season at the SoCa ls, de- _________. feated USC's Nick Rainey in the quarterfina ls, and then lost to evenuta l champi on Andrew Park of USC in three tough sets - both players were ranked in the top- 75 ... has a preseason regional ranking of No. 29 .. . at Co llege of the Desert was a two-time All-America se lection ... Nationa l Champion ( 1998) and State Champion (2000) ... last season was also Player of the Year and Outstanding Male Athl ete ... Team MVP and Captain .. . sing les & doubl es champion of the conference ... also recruited by USC, UCLA, Rice, TCU, and UC Irvine ... chose USO for tenni s program, great weather and strong academics ... from Santiago, Chile, prepped at Athletic Study Center ... ranked No. I in Chile for U-14, U-16 and U-1 8 ... Major: Business Administration; Minor: Communications. Coach Hagedorn on Juan: "A physically impressive play er who can compete with anybody. Serve is a huge weapon. Mo ves wellfor being 6'5 ". Will be ve,y emotional part ofthe team this spring." Nickname: Chili Dog

JASON PONGSRIKUL 6'0" Fr. - San Diego, CA

Jason is in hi s first year with the USO Toreros ... will play a key role in the team's success thi s season ... will play in the upper-half of the si ngl es line-up, and w ill team up w ith Ted Burghardt in doubles .. . turned in a sol id fa ll season and was rewarded by be ing ranked .__...,._______. 78th in the preseason rankings ( 19th in th e tough re- g ion 8 rankings) ... in hi s first co ll egiate tournament, the !TAAll-American Championships in Atlanta, Georg ia, Jason won seven matches in-a-row and ended 9-2 ... along the way he beat four players ranked top-60 in the nation ... from nearby Point Loma Hi gh Schoo l, Jason did not play seni or year, but won C IF go ing undefeated hi s junior season (team 2nd at C IF) ... C lF semifinalist sophomore year, losi ng just one match ... former No. I junior player in Southern Ca lifornia .. . also recruited by Duke, Baylor, Washington, Michigan, Penn State and Oregon ... chose USO for strong academics, sma ll schoo l atmosphere, strong tenni s schedul e and beautiful campus ... Major: Business Economics; Minor: Sociology. Coach Hagedorn on Jason: "Has had an i111111 ediate i111pact in college going 9-2 at th e /TA All-American in Octobe,: Anotherplarer 11·/10 reallr ,____.,,_, can do it all. A great competitor with a hugeforehand. CurrentIr ranked No. 78 in the nation as a/i·eshman ." Nickname: Fab Frosh



TED BURGHARDT 5'11" Jr. - Denver, CO Ted enters his third season with the USD men's tennis team ... will compete for playing time in the lower half of the singles line-up, and will team with fresh– man Jason Pongsrikul in doubles ... has proven he belongs in both lineups -- in his two full seasons with

the Toreros he has a wi nning singles and doubles ___________. record .. . last year finished 2 1- I4 overall (6-5 in singles; 15-9 in doubles; 14-8 at No. 3 w/Cooper) ... frosh season finished 7- 3 in singles (5-2 at #6) and 14-8 in doubles with Sean Cooper ( I0-7 at #3) ... from Denver, Colorado, prepped at Denver East HS and helped lead team to three straight undefeated seasons and two city championships ... advanced to state semifinals senior year and state quarterfinals junior campaign ... also recruited by Cornell, St. Mary's and Santa Clara ... chose USD for weather, tennis, and closeness to San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park ... wants to be veterinarian (owns 7'6" boa constrictor snake) ... parents are Jim and Jackie Burghardt of Denver, Co lorado. Major: Biochemistry; Minor: Biology. Coach Hagedorn on Ted: "A great athlete. Has a great work ethic and has been in the doubles lineup since the day he arrived at USD. A solid player who has also improved the last couple ofyears. World class volleys. " Nickname: T-Bone

ANDREW KAZARIAN 5'9" Jr. - Fresno, CA Andrew is a third year player from Fresno, California ... will again compete for playing time in the lower half of both singles and doubles line-ups ... this past fall he tal– lied a quality win over Erin Carroll of Cal Poly at the Regional and enters the 200 I season playing well ... last season was 2-1 in singles competition .. . prior to

USD, he was a three-time team Most Valuable Player at San Joaquin Memo– rial High School where his head coach was former Torero tennis player Tye Ferdinandsen ... was 18-2 and 17-1 in his last two years of high schoo l play ... a true team player who could also be in the hunt to play this season ... is a baseliner/all court player ... also recruited by Saint Mary's, Fresno State and Cal Berkeley ... chose USD for its location, weather and solid tennis pro- gram ... USD student-athlete Deans Honor Roll ... Dean's Academic Schol- arship ... parents are Mel and Debbie Kazarian of Fresno, Cali fornia . Ma- jor: Business Administration (Marketing emphasis); Minor: Spanish. Coach Hagedorn on Andrew: "Has the ability to be in the lineup. All– court player that is mechanically sound! A total team player who is im– proved over the last couple ofyears." Nickname: Kazman



BEN REGIN 6'0" Fr. - Henderson, NV

Ben is a first year player for the USD Toreros ... this past fall he reached the quarterfinals at the USD Invi– tational -- downed LMU's Thad O'Grady for a qual ity win ... comes from Henderson, Nevada where he went to Green Valley High School ... hi s high school teams ..______ _ won state and went undefeated in each of his four years there ... was selected team most valuable player his junior and sopho– more campaigns, and was Rookie of the Year his freshman season ... also recruited by LMU & Creighton ... chose USD for the excellent tennis pro– gram and ideal climate ... during high school played in a punk rock band ... parents are Chuck & Karen Regin of Henderson, Nevada ... dad competed on track & field at the University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse ... Major: Ac– counting. Coach Hagedorn on Ben: "A player with a ton ofpotential. Has the physical skills to play at a very high level! Working on becoming stron– ger and quicker. A team player." Nickname: Big Ben

HAGEDORN TORERO ALUMNI Fall of1996 thru Spring of 2001

Ross Bourne, 1997-2001 Robert Brauchli, 2000-2001 Ted Burghardt, 1998-2001 Bernardo Carrillo, 1997-2000 Juan Cerda, 2000-2001 Sean Cooper, 1998-2000 Andrew Kazarian, 1999-2001 Paul Kerwin, 1996-97 J. P. La Barrie, 1996-98 Ola Lindblom, 1996-1 998 German Maldonado, 1996-2000 Manfredi Magris, 1997-98

Michael Pfeiffer, 1999-2000 Jason Pongsrikul, 2000-2001 Ben Regin, 2000-2001 Ricardo Rizo, 1998-2001 Rodolfo Rodriguez, 1998-2000 Rikard Roos, 1996-97 Justin Schmidt, 1996-97 Mattias Tangefjord, 1997-2001

Stephen Taylor, 1998-2001 Ray van Wasbeek, 1999-2000 Peter Webb, 1996-97 (Current players highlighted in bold)

MEET THE TOREROS 10 2000 RESULTS & STATISTICS DUAL MATCH RESULTS RECORD: 14-8; #61 /TA 2000 SINGLES (beginning Jan. 1st) PLAYER No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Dual Tourn. Total German Maldonado 2-4 1-4 2-2 3-1 8-11 1-1 9-12 Mattias Tangefjord 9-6 3-1 12-7 12-7 Ricardo Rizo 1-0 5-5 2-4 8-9 8-9 Sean Cooper 0-3 8-2 7-2 15-7 0-1 15-8 Ray van Wasbeek 1-1 3-1 3-5 1-0 8-7 1-1 9-8 Stephen Taylor 4-1 7-3 4-3 15-7 1-1 16-8 Ted Burghardt 0-2 4-2 4-4 2-1 6-5 Ross Bourne 0-2 6-1 6-3 1-1 7-4 Bernardo Carrillo 1-0 2-1 2-1 Rob Brauchli 0-1 0-1 Michael pfeiffer 0-1 0-1 Andrew Kazarian 2-1 2-1 Totals 12-10 9-13 13-9 17-5 10-12 16-6 76-55 10-10 86-65 r 2000 ROSTER " 2000 DOUBLES (beginning Jan. 1st) Ross Bourne TEAM No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 *Total Jr. - Tulsa, Oklahoma Tangefjord-Taylor 5-4 8-2 14-6 Robert Brauchli Maldonado-Rizo 6-7 7-1 14-9 Fr. - Tucson, Arizona Cooper-Burghardt 14-8 15-9 Tangefjord-Van Wasbeek 1-2 1-2 Ted Burghardt Rizo-Van Wasbeek 1-0 1-0 So. - Denver, Colorado Taylor-Van Wasbeek 2-1 Bourne-Kazarian 0-1 Bernardo Carrillo Pfeiffer-Carrillo 0-1 Jr. - Mexico City, Mexico Totals 11-11 17-5 14-8 47-29 Sean Cooper * includes tournament results Jr. - Dublin, Ireland

Andrew Kazarian

2000 USD


So. - Fresno, California

w, 5-2 L, 2-5 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 4-3


3-13 3-14 3-16 3-18 3-22 3-23 3-25


German Maldonado Sr. - Mexico City, Mexico


RECORD: 14-8; #61


Michael Pfeiffer



Fr. - Monterey, California


1-25 1-28 1-29

W, 5-2


w, 5-2

L, 3-4 w, 5-2



Ricardo Rizo


APRIL, 2000

Jr. - Guadalajara, Mexico

w, 6-1 L, 0-7 W, 7-0 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 L, 0-7



4-1 4-4 4-7 4-8 4-9

L, 2-5

at USC


Mattias Tangetjord

at Arizona State L, 3-4

2-11 2-12 2-19 2-20 2-25

Jr. - Gothenburg, Sweden


W, 4-3 w, 7-0 w, 6-1 w, 6-1

at Arizona

Santa Clara*

Stephen Taylor



So. - Portmarnock, Ireland


at Fresno State


Rice(@ UCI)

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straight winning seasons, and hi s 2001 squad should be hi s strongest yet as they will be gunning for a trip to the NCAA Tournament in mid-May. The 2001 schedule includes a number of the nation 's top ranked teams and several prestigious

USO has a rich tradition of tenni s. Twice the team won NCAA Division II titl es ( 1974 & 1975). In 1979 the team finished second and in 1980 the program moved up to the NCAA Di vision I ranks. Former coach Ed Collins directed USD 's move to

Di vison l and was with the pro g ram for 18 seaso ns ( 1979 -96) where he accu– mul ated an overall record of 350- 190 ; won two Oj a i team titles ; two WCC titl es and took th e team to th e NCAA's tw ice . Thi s winning tradi– tion was started by Andrew Rae , a nati ve of Melbourne, Austra lia, who won NCAA Di v is io n ll s in g les and doubl es titl es in 1974 and 1975. In 1978 USD's Rick Goldberg and Par Svensson won the NCAA Doubl es Championshi p. From 1980 through 1982 the netters were regu– la rly ranke d among th e nati on' s top 20 Di vision l teams. ln 1980 and 198 1 the Toreros won Ojai team tit les . Duri ng that time the team w as le d by Scott Lipton (S a n Jo se , CA , 1980 NCAA Div ision I All–

tournaments. At the end of the season the Toreros will compete in the 2001 West Coast Conference Champi– onships with all eight teams participating ove r a three– day format (April 27-29) at Pepperdine Uni versity. The Fall semester ten– ni s schedule is almost as ac– ti ve as the Spring. USO an– nuall y hosts the San Di ego A ll- Coll ege Tourn ament. They also participate at the Rolex Southern Ca li fo rnia Ch ampi o n ship s a t UC Irvine. In addition to inter– collegiate tenni s, USO offers advanced recreation tenni s classes and year ' round in– tramu ra l tenni s events. The Toreros practice a nd pl ay a t USD 's Wes t Courts, an 8-court facility lo– cated in a park-like setting on the west end of the Alcala Park campus. The setting,

4-Time NCAA All-American Jo.fie Luis Noriega ('89-92)

American), Terry Ward (St. Louis, MO, 198 1WCC Si ngles Champ and 198 1 Ojai Champ) and Peter Herrmann (San Di ego, 1982 Oj ai Champ) . Th e Torero s we re back in th e national rankings in 1987, on the strength of their 24-9 record and dual match wins over Stanford and Pepperdine. Senior Jim McNamee (Seattle, WA) was a WCC Singles Finalist and the team of Dave Stewart (Saratoga, CA) and Scott Patridge (La Jolla, CA) won the WCC Doubles Championship. Led by four– time NCAAAll-American, Jose Luis Noriega, USD won West Coast Conference Championships in 1989 and 1990 and earned Volvo/ITA National Rankings of # 14 in ' 89 and # 12 in ' 90 . USD annually competes at the nation's high– est level of intercollegiate play. Fifth-year coach Tom Hagedorn has guided the Toreros to four

courts and cool ocean breeze create a perfec t tenni s environment for both student-athl etes and the gen– eral public. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION The University ofSan Diego men's tennis program dis– tributes scholarships based on athletic ability. These are given at the discretion of Head Coach Tom Hagedorn. STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION The University ofSan Diego does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religious belief, age, national ori– gin, ancestory, or handicap in admission to the Univer– sity, in financial aid programs, in educational programs and policies, and in athletic or other University-adminis– tered programs. Inquiries concerning the application of the University's non-discrimination policies may be ad– dressed to USD's Director ofAcademic Services.



San Diego is truly "Americas Finest City. " A modern me– tropolis (second largest in California) and a popular year– round resort, San Diego spreads from the coast to the desert, including cliffs, mesas, hills, canyons and valleys. San Diego also surrounds one of California s greatest natural harbors which has been a dominant factor in determining the city s history, economy and development. Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country son ly area with perfect climate. This ideal year-round environment posts an average day time temperature of 70 degrees. with an an– nual rainfall average of less than 10 inches. Most days are sunny, with humidity generally low, even in the summe1'. Th e climate, attractive setting and recreationalfacilities make San Diego "America s Fin est City. " According to Sports Illustrated, '"For sheer numbers of participants, diversity ofpursuits of involvement, San Diego must rank as the capital ofthe US" Sports are a majorfeature ofthe San Diego lifestyle. One can sail, swim , surf, scuba dive, snorkel, wind-surfon 70 miles ofpublic beach or go/fat any ofthe over 80 golfcourses throughout the county. Balboa Park, a I, 158-acre recreation and cultural cente;; of: fers 25 tennis courts, two gymnasiums, two municipal golf courses, and one ofthe nation sf inest zoos. Mission Bay Park is a 4, 600-acre playgroundforjogging,.fishing, bicycling, ten– nis, golf j et skiing and kite fly ing. As well as participating in recreational activities, San Di– ego supports their professional teams -- th e NFL Chargers and the National League Padres play at Qualcomm Stadium. During college football bowl week. San Diego annually hosts the Holiday Bowl in late December. In I 998, San Diego hosted Super Bowl XXXII and the World Series at Qualcomm Sta– dium. Whatever sporting activity there is, it s here in San Di– ego -- the sports capital ofthe U. S.A . SAN DIEGO HIGHLIGHTS

Balboa Park San Diego Zoo

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San Diego Museum of Art Old Town Historical Park

Horton Plaza Seaport Village

Sea World

Cabrillo National Monument

Mission Bay Park

Space and Science Museum

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